Samsung smartwatch that is expected see the light of the day with Galaxy Note 3 next month might lead the wearable tech race with its spectacular features if confirmed. Though Samsung has not officially revealed any of the specs for the device, it is silently said to be preparing itself for a big leap before Apple launches its iWatch. Samsung is likely to unveil the device at the IFA, Berlin, scheduled on 4 September and has also sent across invitations to all the media houses for the same.
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Sam Mobile has got its hands on few of the features of the patent smartwatch, also called the Samsung Galaxy Gear, which reveals that the smartwatch looks more or less like a fashionable hand bracelet. The Android based device will be powered by a dual-core Exynos 4212 processor clocked at 1.5GHz and will also boast an ARM Mali-400 MP4 as the GPU.
The smartwatch which is likely to carry a model number SM-V700, will sport a 1.67-inch AMOLED display, with a resolution of around 320 x 320 pixels. Samsung is also said to be including a flexible, curved display for its smartwatch.
The device when laid flat offers the smartwatch with an extended 3.5 inch screen offering a true Jelly bean experience and integrated apps like Facebook and Twitter.
In terms of connectivity, the smartwatch is expected to include regular features like Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth. Surprisingly the device is also said to feature a 2MP camera with 1GB RAM on board. The sleek designed wearable tech by Samsung, comes in a comfortable size with inbuilt S voice, which can even be used for making calls, browsing internet, and checking emails, according to Bloomberg.
The users will be able to receive messages with the Galaxy Gear, which by default will synchronize itself to the other Android devices. The S health service will come handy in providing health tips and services to the future buyers. The smartwatch is claimed to be a water resistant device and bags quite an impressive battery life lasting for about four days on a stretch, as revealed by a T3 trailer, going by the tech blog Redmond Pie.
Sony unveiled its wearable tech this summer and the US based digital startup, Pebble is not far away with its smartwatch which has recorded an admirable sale of around £6.6 millions, reported The Guardian.
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